Boston medical intelligencer
The Boston medical intelligencer began as a journal primarily for those in the medical field, but eventually came to be directed to the public as well, its chief object being to promote health by pointing out causes of disease and means of prevention and cure. It contained accounts of cases and articles on health, on various diseases and cures, and on improvements and discoveries in medical science. In addition, a wide variety of medical miscellany -- local news, biographical sketches, information on hospitals, society proceedings, critical notices -- and some nonmedical material were included
Volume 5, (1827-1828)
Publisher [Boston, Mass. : John Cotton]
Call number 002018539
Digitizing sponsor Open Knowledge Commons and the National Endowment for the Humanities
Book contributor Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Collection medicalheritagelibrary; francisacountwaylibrary; americana
Notes On most pages of original, text block not squared on pages.
Full catalog record MARCXML
Volume title-pages of v. 1-3 read: The Medical intelligencer; containing extracts from foreign and American journals; a variety of local intelligence on subjects connected with medicine ... (caption and running title: Boston medical intelligencer)
"Devoted to the cause of physical education, and to the means of preventing and of curing diseases."
Merged with: New England medical review and journal, to form: Boston medical and surgical journal